Created and built by Disney, Celebration is a planned community with several sections. Roseville Corner is a 99-home section of bungalow-style homes. This is a planned neighborhood community section with an abundance of rose bushes from where the neighborhood gains its name. This is a residential neighborhood so you will not find any dog-friendly restaurants, but you can enjoy the slower pace of bonding and outdoor training. Roseville is a quiet walk for you and your canine friend away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy downtown area.
The weather in Celebration, and thus, Roseville, is mild and usually beautiful. Afternoon showers can pop up during spring and summer as is common in the southern tropical areas. You might want to grab an umbrella if it looks cloudy, but rains typically don't last very long. Winters in the south are usually mild and you will find comfortable walking temperatures in the 70s during the day.
Roseville is part of the planned community of Celebration. Each section or village has its own look and feel! Roseville is a smaller neighborhood with a mostly flat terrain. With three main roads running through it, you will find tree-lined streets with plenty of shade paired with the unique residential bungalows. Private yards make up the majority of the green spaces here so be courteous and pick up any waste your canine friend might produce. It will be a sidewalk-heavy experience but much more laid back than the downtown area.
Where sidewalks are prominent, be careful to follow pedestrian traffic laws. The flat terrain and artificial turf are broken up with grass on both sides and grassy medians in the roadways. Keep your dog on a leash and enjoy these natural respites together! Make plans to carry water for both you and your canine friend as there are no public water sources here.
In every village, you will find some planned green turf and Roseville Corner is no exception. For such a small spot in this amazing community, Roseville boasts four parks. Memorial Garden at Celebration and Nash was created to remember Celebration residents loved and lost. It is a small, peaceful path for reflection.
Blaze Park is at Blaze Street and Old Bush Road while Damask Park is at Old Bush and Damask. These two parks are joined together hosting a small pond with a walking path wrapping around it. Keep in mind that this region of Florida was originally swampland, so any green space or waterways are going to have wildlife present. Hunting dogs may be tempted to stalk or pounce so have a good hold on that leash.
Nash Park is at Nash and Damask and is a small gem tucked in front of some bungalows with a bench or two to break up a long walk.